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wassayassa 95 posts  |  Last Activity: 17 hours ago Member since: Aug 14, 2012
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  • wassayassa wassayassa 17 hours ago Flag

    COSI and its s-bag management have totally missed the great restaurant BOOM of 2010 thru 2013... During that time much competition has opened up... and thus things can only get worse..

    Another $5 million losss is coming for Q1 and with it shareholders equity will turn NEGATIVE... no surprise the toxic financing since this is likely cosi's only way to raise cash... they were likely living on cash fumes... And this toxic debt is now secured by all assets of cosi... This has all the markings of a bankruptcy later this year.. RJ and Lloyd will absorb all assets in bankruptcy and thereby shed old lease liabilities and other cripe and navigate thru the sheitpipe and come out clean on the other end with all the profitable stores in their hands.. Meanwhile, shareholders will receive a big zero

  • you people buying stock are MORONS... RJ speaking the same old cripe about "give us another year, we'll increase the freshness, we'll motivate staff., blah blah blah"

    The FACTS remain that many stores still MUST be closed.. this will result in another year of large losses... large lease settlements must be paid, and large operating losses and severance.. another year of stink for you fools and now the toxic financing

  • bad news

  • wild management salaries and BORED meetings will continue for at least another 6 months...

  • wassayassa wassayassa Apr 15, 2014 10:39 PM Flag

    well it's official now, cosi has DEBT... This means that the new debt holder can force bankrupt and scoop up the assets for nothing..

  • this is hilarious watching idiots lose money like this... comedy act

  • moon shot

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • wassayassa by wassayassa Apr 6, 2014 3:28 PM Flag

    cosi is a train-wreck of fraud and corruption.. Its hard to believe they put someone in jail for stealing a stick of gum, but you steal $100,000,000 in shareholder funds and you get promoted!

  • Reply to

    Former employee tells it like it is

    by milkon2014 Mar 31, 2014 10:02 AM
    wassayassa wassayassa Apr 1, 2014 2:26 PM Flag

    cosi is a giant cluster #$%$''ker .. Large losses every stankin year despite no long-term debt and simply selling coffee and bread... this is a f'n joke.. Management and execs are obviously totally corrupt of #$%$ll of #$%$... Just total laziness and greed for over 10 years.. this means over $100 million cash lost (stolen) by management.. nothing but a management retirement vehicle.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • wassayassa by wassayassa Mar 29, 2014 12:11 PM Flag

    this pile of cripe is sunk.. should see new lows along with the coming crash in the stock markets... markets due for a 10% drop and with it hutch should see new lows... hutch is a corrupt organization... the incompetent employees and execs get paid wild salaries while losses continue at very high levels... nothing but a scam... when the corporate secretary gets over $200,000 a year, you know things will never turn up

  • Reply to

    Fadeing Atlantic mkt...

    by blieviam194840 Mar 18, 2014 9:22 AM
    wassayassa wassayassa Mar 28, 2014 6:13 PM Flag

    Atlantic city is fading into oblivion ... minorities and homeless have turned the city into a cesspool. If you dare visit that slum, make sure to bring a gun, knife for self-defense

  • wassayassa by wassayassa Mar 26, 2014 3:33 PM Flag

    the toxic financing is no surprise...

  • and now the slide to 50 cents... sniff it!!!!!!!!!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • it appears that RJ will sell his stores back to cosi and thereby bomb the living #$%$ outa existing bagholders... either cosi will issue debt to payoff RJ or a massive stock dilution will hit... either way you slice this stink, price of the stock will plummet.. always HORRIBLE news when a franchisee gives back his stores. And as a reward for screwing bagholders, RJ will demand a large salary from cosi.. essentially RJ washes off his large debts, and lays a giant turd on bagholders..

  • wassayassa by wassayassa Mar 25, 2014 12:56 PM Flag

    hire another limp ceo, pay them large salary/benefits for 1 year, terminate them after sales continue to fall (and losses increase) , pay large bonus on exit, then start the clown search all over again.

    hey MORON bagholders, enjoy the slow crawl as sales continue to plummet. Only thing running hot at cosi is the paycheck printing machine.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • wassayassa wassayassa Mar 24, 2014 11:39 AM Flag

    with RJ the ceo, watch as he gives back his stores to cosi.... this is bad bad news. RJ's debt will fill the balance sheet. and a highly dilutive stock raise must happen... also huge operating losses still must be absorbed for at least the next 3 quarters... moreover, large shutdown costs hang out there from stores gone bad and still not closed down... huge lease liabilities are hidden in the financial notes, and not even reflected on the balance sheet. Over $35 mill lease liab stink is hidden in the disclosures.. THIS IS DEBT contrary to what mgmt. will tell you. Only reasonable way to limit the lease liabs is thru a bankruptcy filing, otherwise the landlords will expect to be paid close to full amount of monthly rent... this is bad news when their stores are closed , yet they MUST still make large monthly rent payments on the locations.

    and let's not forget that $10 million or so in accounts payable sits on the books.. with the cash balance RAPIDLY vanishing, you can bet vendors are getting nervous and will demand COD going forward.

  • alarm bells should be loud and clear to anyone with a brain.. .. What will happen is simple.. RJ Dourney will require cosi to buyback his stores with shareholder funds, thereby bailing the #$%$ out. And all the time he will take large salary and benefits, and revenues will continue to plummet and store closings will ramp up..

  • he's an underwater franchisee and desperate to unload his load of cripe. He will take large salary and sell back his stores , and shareholders will pay dearly. IF you look at his webpage , it is a laugher... just one page with NOTHING about financial results or anything. My guess is that he is heavily underwater in his stores, and now needs cosi to bail him out.... Now this jagoff comes in as ceo when losses are $4 mill per quarter. Just what cosi needs is another "bobble head" ceo who will chant "give us another year, I promise things will get better"... if you believe that, I have a bridge to sell you.

  • Reply to

    And yet Another CEO How many is that now ?

    by dj_kevhead Mar 18, 2014 10:44 AM
    wassayassa wassayassa Mar 18, 2014 11:27 AM Flag

    over 10 years of minimum $7 mill annual losses.. over $100 million accumulated deficit for a sandwich/coffee shop with no long-term debt. But that's what happens when you have a culture of greed, hubris, laziness , filth and #$%$...

    and now the "great plan" is to hire a franchisee who is desperate for cash... another wave and greed and sloth is now underway

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Terrific new CEO

    by misterjones2014 Mar 18, 2014 10:50 AM
    wassayassa wassayassa Mar 18, 2014 11:17 AM Flag

    just another greedy clown CEO at cosi... obviously this fool person lost a bundle on his cosi franchises and now he'll come into CEO corporate and loot the coffers to make up his deficits.. The revolving door of incompetent greedy d-bags continues at cosi.. And now, just what cosi needs is another greedy sack of #$%$ , who is ready and wiling to loot the corporate coffers.. Obviously what comes next is a new round of toxic financing well below market prices..

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